The pandemic has placed a lot of pressure on teacher preparation professionals to move online. For instructors that are new or unseasoned at preparing teacher candidates remotely, this task can be overwhelming.
To give you helpful advice and tips to excel online, we’re interviewing an online teacher preparation pioneer—Dr. James Mitchell.
Jim has taught and worked with teacher candidates online for 20 years. For the past two years, he has served as the director of a program that is designed to credential teachers that are not able to take courses at a physical campus.
Join us live to participate in a Q&A session with Dr. Mitchell. If you’re unable to join us live, register anyway to watch the recording of the workshop after it’s completed.
For more information about our teacher preparation workshop, click here. We hope to see you there!
About James Mitchell
Dr. James Mitchell has taught and worked with teacher candidates online for 20 years. (Yes, the internet is that old—we checked). And for the past two years, he has served as the Director of the Online Single Subject Credential Program at California State University, East Bay. This teacher preparation program is designed to credential teachers that are not able to take courses at a physical campus.
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